A Murder of Promise

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Berkley Books, 2003 - Fiction - 349 pages
3 Reviews
When three women are brutally stabbed to death--each with a finger severed--Washington homicide detectives Frank Kearney and Jos Phelps find a clue in a crack-house raid that leads them on the trail of an Internet stalker whose mind games have turned dangerously real.

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User Review  - Stacy Bearse - Goodreads

A deranged killer roams the streets of Washington DC, preying on women and capturing gruesome trophies. Two veteran homicide investigators - first introduced in A MURDER OF HONOR - find few clues at ... Read full review

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User Review  - Micky Parise - Goodreads

Decent book. Kind of dragged at times. Plot was good and the characters were nicely written. Recommend. Read full review

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Andrews writes novels of crime and politics that are drawn from his experience as a Green Beret, a CIA officer and senior liaison with the White House, and a national security advisor to Senator John Glenn. He is the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations.

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